How to Grow Peas and Pods

Peas are at their finest the moment they are picked. Grow your own and you will never eat store-bought ones again.

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How to Support Pea Plants
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Support Your Peas

Peas are short, climbing plants and need support as they grow. Insert short stakes or tall twigs next to each plant, or stretch closely woven netting along the row between two upright supports.

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